This is a baseband WebSDR receiver, located in a rural area of the German uplands (Sauerland), using an e-field probe similar to the PA0RDT MiniWhip.
The radio bandwidth of 48 kHz is converted directly by a Behringer UMC202 audio adapter.
The whole thing is part of the PA3FWM WebSDR project and operated by Sabine, DL1DBC.

> Expect radio interference by a robot lawn mower today between 12:00 UTC and 15:00 UTC

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u l c a f: USB, LSB, CW, AM, FM
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g: enter frequency


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